Gibson Energy Inc. Announces Changes to the Board of Directors

        Gibson Energy Inc. Announces Changes to the Board of Directors

PR Newswire

CALGARY, April 4, 2013

CALGARY, April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Gibson Energy Inc. ("Gibson" or the
"Company"), (TSX: GEI), is pleased to announce the appointment of James J.
Cleary to the Company's board of directors (the "Board"). Mr. Cleary has over
30 years' experience in the oil and gas industry and previously acted as
President of the Western Pipeline group of El Paso Corporation, an energy
company which operated in the natural gas transmission, exploration and
production sectors in North America. Prior thereto, Mr. Cleary served in an
executive capacity at other natural gas pipeline companies. Mr. Cleary has a
law degree from Boston College Law School and is currently a managing director
of Global Infrastructure Partners, an infrastructure fund that invests in
energy, transport and water/waste sectors. "The appointment of Jim Cleary
will provide Gibson's board with, among other things, additional expertise
with respect to building and expanding the Company's operations in the United
States," said Mr. Hanlon.

Gibson also announces the resignations of Andrew W. Ward and Robert M.  Tichio 
from the  Board.  Mr. Ward  and  Mr. Tichio  became  directors of  Gibson  in 
December, 2008, in connection with their respective positions as a Partner and
Managing Director and a  Managing Director of Riverstone  Holdings LLC, a  New 
York based energy focused private equity firm affiliated with Gibson's  former 
private equity investor. "On behalf of Gibson, I would like to thank Mr. Ward
and Mr. Tichio  for all of  their contributions and  efforts while serving  as 
directors. We are appreciative  of their years of  support and service,"  said 
Stewart Hanlon, Gibson's President and Chief Executive Officer.

In connection  with the  resignation of  Mr.  Ward, James  M. Estey  has  been 
appointed as Chairman of  the Board. Mr.  Estey has served  as a director  of 
Gibson since the Company's initial public  offering in June, 2011. Mr.  Estey 
has also been appointed as a member  of the Company's Audit Committee to  fill 
the vacancy  created  by  Mr.  Ward's resignation.  In  connection  with  the 
resignation of Mr. Tichio, Mr.  Cleary has been appointed  as a member of  the 
Corporate Governance, Compensation & Nomination Committee. Clayton H. Woitas,
who has served on the Board since June  2010, has resigned as a member of  the 
Health, Safety, Security and  Environment Committee and  Mr. Cleary will  fill 
the vacancy  on such  committee occasioned  by Mr.  Woitas' resignation.  Mr. 
Woitas will  continue  in  his  role  as a  member  of  Gibson's  Board.  The 
aforementioned appointments and resignations are all effective April 4, 2013.

About Gibson

Gibson is one of the largest independent midstream energy companies in  Canada 
and an integrated service provider to the  oil and gas industry in the  United 
States. Gibson  is engaged  in the  movement, storage,  blending,  processing, 
marketing and  distribution of  crude oil,  condensate, natural  gas  liquids, 
water, oilfield waste and refined products. Gibson transports energy  products 
by utilizing its network  of terminals, pipelines,  storage tanks, and  trucks 
located  throughout  western   Canada  and  through   its  significant   truck 
transportation and injection station network in the United States. Gibson also
provides emulsion  treating,  water  disposal and  oilfield  waste  management 
services in Canada  and the  United States and  is the  second largest  retail 
propane distribution company in Canada.

SOURCE Gibson Energy Inc.

Contact:

Ken Hall
Vice President Investor Relations and Communications
(403) 781-2899
ken.hall@gibsons.com
 
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